The last campaign?

Goffe, Leslie
June 2001
Middle East;Jun2001, Issue 313, p42
Profiles Edward Said, a Palestine spokesman and literary/cultural critic in New York City. Diagnosis on cancer; Experiences in Egypt; Campaign for Palestinian nationhood; Family background; Memories of childhood in Palestine; Political dimension of 'Out of Place'; Comments on the youth.


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